Briefs: Religion Briefs July 04, 2009
Landmark to honor military
• Landmark Baptist Church will honor the nation’s military at 11 a.m. Sunday at 2711 Unaweep Ave.
The Grand Valley Combined Color Guard will present the flags of the nation and armed forces. Musical tributes will be presented by the church choir and orchestra, along with other musical presentations.
All active and retired military are encouraged to wear their uniform for this service.
Call 257-1047 for information.
Montrose Bible camp planned
• MONTROSE — Trinity Reformed Presbyterian Church will have a daily vacation Bible camp from 8:30 a.m. to noon, July 13-17, at Rotary Park, next to Columbine Middle School on South 12th Street.
The free camp is for ages 3-12.
Call 249-1053, 249-8514 or 323-6134 for information or go to http://www.trpcmontrose.org/biblecamp.aspx.
Mosaics featured at program
• Grand Junction Christian Women’s Connection is at 12:15 p.m. Thursday at Two Rivers Convention Center.
Stones and More will feature Garden Party Mosaics with Alma Sekulich and Debbie Elliot. Music by Carma Grimes of Delta, and speaker Rebecca Dunbar of Golden.
Cost is $13.50 for the program, meal and tip. Child care funds are available. The reservation deadline is today. Call Marilyn at 245-9799 for reservations.
For child care call Deborah at 253-1904.
Practical info provided
• Canyon West Worship Center, in the Kokopelli Plaza in Fruita, is offering three community information seminars providing practical information for uncertain times.
Home safety: Making your home secure is 6 to 7:30 p.m. July 12; Internet safety: What every parent needs to know is 6 to 7:30 p.m. July 19; and Emergency preparedness: Practical planning for every family is 6 to 7:30 p.m. July 26.
The sessions are free and refreshments will be served. Child care is available.
Call Art Blankenship at 858-9995 for information.
Coloradan to head Unitarians
• SALT LAKE CITY — The Rev. Peter Morales of Colorado has been elected as the first Latino president of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Morales, senior minister of Jefferson Unitarian Church in Golden, was elected to the post June 27 at the Unitarian General Assembly in Salt Lake City. Morales succeeds the Rev. William G. Sinkford who has served two, four-year terms.
Unitarians, who have roots in a movement that rejected Puritan orthodoxy in New England, support a free search for spiritual truth.